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DomMarsala
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My HP M01-f0027na has a bios update error and now displays nothing on screen.

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HP M01-F0027NA
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Hi Everyone. I own a HP M01-F0027NA that restarted to install a bios update. It said update failed and now no screen.

before you post the exact same stuff from this forum: Black screen after failed bios update - HP Support Community - 6575489.  

I have tried recovery bios flash drives and the bios backup from hdd. Nothing at all. 

 

Anything apprieciated!!

Thanks,

Dom

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Grzwacz
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Hi,

 

Avoid HPSA updates in the future.

 

This HP site (Link) has the official steps to recover a bad HPSA BIOS update.

 

You will need HP factory service (reprogram the BIOS or replace the MB) if the above site suggestions don't work.

 

Regards

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Grzwacz
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Hi,

 

Avoid HPSA updates in the future.

 

This HP site (Link) has the official steps to recover a bad HPSA BIOS update.

 

You will need HP factory service (reprogram the BIOS or replace the MB) if the above site suggestions don't work.

 

Regards

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DomMarsala
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Since that didn't work what do i do now then? I will mention is that the update failed at about 5%. My warranty disclaims that the warranty is only for hardware and that they cant fix it without a charge since there is no hardware fault. But is there a hardware fault that they can look at with warranty??

Thanks,

Dom

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